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Behind-the-Scenes on the Portland Indie Feature "Pretty Broken"
DP Michael Ferry shoots with a Blackmagic URSA Mini 4.6K while Colorist Mark Todd Osborne used DaVinci Resolve Studio in post
Behind-the-Scenes on the Portland Indie Feature
When her father goes missing during a mountaineering expedition, Lindsey Lou (Jillian Clare) sets out to find him - only, she's the least qualified candidate to do so. "Pretty Broken" follows Lindsey's journey as she struggles with the loss of her father, and deals with how life and family can be challenging (and funny). Directed by Brett Eichenberger, the film recently premiered at Newport Beach Film Festival. Read More

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